Summary: good tablet easy to use very light weight, liked that it has a stylus pen to use if you chose to. Bought this prouduct for my neice so it will get used alot. Very good begginer tablet easy to handle.
Summary: I was very excited when i received my Coby. i had been doin reasearch since November for a tablet that did everything i wanted and was affordable. right out of the box my tablet came on and all accessories were in there. I have had it for almost 4 months and I have added android market, a working skype app and other great apps.
The Coby Kyros M.I.D 7022 is a Great and Affordable Tablet!
7 June 2012
Summary: I bought this Coby Kyros 7022 for mainly games, web browsing and music. So far, it does all of those things perfectly! Gaming is incredible on this tablet due to the processor. Games like Angry Birds and Fruit Ninja work without a flaw. The web browsing is great to. I installed Flash Player 10.3 so i can pretty much due what ever a 500$ tablet could do. The music player is also Great. I just put in my SD Card loaded with my songs and listen to my music.
Summary: This tablet was amazing upon receiving. As soon as i got it i was able to upgrade the market to the Android market and from there i got Netflix, Skype, Hulu, Flash player 11, Angry Birds and many other amazing apps. This tablet stores tons of apps, I have about 65 on the system memory without even using an SD card, I mean this thing is freaking awesome. You can personalize your homescreen, video chat, IM and many many more.
Summary: This thing rocks; every bit as good as tablets costing twice as much; tons of apps available, including several web browsers although the installed browser is fine; (I don't like the installed mail app though) and if you get tired of poking the screen, with the included usb adapter you can hook up a mouse and/or a keyboard (haven't tried both at the same time yet) some people have said that it works best with a self-powered cordless mouse, but a regular corded mouse has...
Summary: Please do your research prior to buying any product (now stepping down off my soapbox) Coby Kyros MID7022-4G is a good buy: 1. Capacitive touch (you use your finger not a stylus) 2. 4GB but spent around $15 on an SD micro card and quintupled the memory 3. Android Marketplace easily installed (youtube video that anyone can follow) 4. Hooked up to my existing wifi first try, no issues 5.
Summary: I was going to buy a kindle for my daughter, but she has textbooks on line and wants to check out library books online, so I was at a loss what to get her. I didn't really want to spend the price of a laptop or even a bottom line tablet (350.00 or more). I didn't want a "touchscreen" that was less responsive. Most of the ereaders I saw either were short on features or unreliable (or both). I came across this Coby MID 7022 and I thought it was all a mistake.